The Cybersecuring DoD Control Systems Workshop is geared to help architects, engineers, contractors, owners, facility managers, maintenance engineers, physical security specialists, information assurance professionals—essentially anyone involved with implementing cybersecurity in the facility life cycle—to learn the best practice techniques to better protect DoD facilities.
Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 8500.01 and DoDI 8510.01 incorporate Platform Information Technology (PIT) and PIT systems into the Risk Management Framework (RMF) process. PIT may consist of both hardware and software that is physically part of, dedicated to or essential in real time to the mission performance of special-purpose systems (i.e., platforms). PIT differs from individual or stand-alone IT products in that it is integral to a specific platform type, as opposed to being used independently or to support a range of capabilities (e.g., major applications, enclaves or PIT systems). A Control System (CS) is a specific type of PIT that consists of combinations of control components (e.g., electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic) that act together to achieve an objective (e.g., transport matter or energy, or maintain a secure and comfortable work environment).
The Cybersecuring DoD Control Systems Workshop will include hands-on classroom exercises and labs to footprint a CS as a hacker would do; use the Cyber Security Evaluation Tool (CSET) to establish a risk baseline and create a System Security Plan; and use the enterprise Mission Assurance Support System (eMASS) to load projects using the new DoDI 8510.01 RMF process. Attendees will gain in-depth experience on using the Committee on National Security Systems Instruction (CNSSI) 1253; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-53 R4; NIST SP 800-82 R2; the Joint Staff Mission Assurance Vulnerability Benchmarks 2015, the J-BASICS Advanced Cybersecurity Instructions Tactics, techniques and Procedures 2016, and other key publications and tools to load and manage a project through the six steps of the RMF.
0800-0900 Unit 1 Overview of DoDI 8500/8510 RMF and PIT ICS, NIST Standards & Drivers, CS Protocols
0900-1000 Unit 2 Footprinting using Whois, Google Hacking, Google Earth, BING, Shodan, Kali Linux, SamuraiSTFU, NMAP, Sophia, Wireshark, Software
Content Automation Program
1015-1200 Unit 3 Using CSET: SAL, Network Arch Diagram, Inventory, Templates, Security Controls Evaluation, Reports, Data Aggrega-tion & Trending, System Security Plan
1300-1330 Unit 4 Hacker Methodology, Attacking and Defending, Response and Recovery, Incident Reporting
1330-1430 Unit 5 J-BASICS TTPs, JMA Vulnerability Benchmarks
1445-1530 Unit 5 RMF KS Control Systems Webpage, eMASS; demonstration, Using the Interim Excel files for uploading into eMASS
1530-1615 Create Organization Platform Enclaves and Other PIT IT Registries Examples, Wrap Up Q&A
Bonus Section 1 - SamuraiSTFU Modbus Pal, Wireshark Packet Captures
Bonus Section 2 - Kali Linux Metasploit Gaining Access and Privilege Escalation
Presenter: Michael Chipley, The PMC Group LLC
Note New Location: Due to construction at the National Institute of Building Sciences, this Workshop has been relocated to: 1235 Clark Street, Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22022.
Registration Cancellation Policy
Cancellations must be made in writing two weeks prior to the Workshop date for a 50% refund. You may elect to transfer your registration to a Workshop held at a later date without penalty. Substitutions of attendees must be made in writing within three days of the Workshop date. No refunds will be issued on cancellations received after the two week cutoff. No refunds will be issued for Conference no-shows. Qualified refunds will be issued following the event. Requests should be sent in writing via fax to 202-289-1092 or via email to email@example.com.